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Asbestos at Cwmcarn school - report says risk less

5 February 2013 Last updated at 08:15 GMT

Risks posed by asbestos which forced a school to close and led to calls for it to be demolished are much lower than previously thought, a report suggests.

An earlier study said asbestos levels at Cwmcarn High School, Caerphilly county, were a potential health hazard, and the new report looked at the potential for the transfer of asbestos fibres from ceiling voids to rooms below.

Michael Imperato, a solicitor in Cardiff, is part of a campaign group calling for an online database to be introduced so parents can check if the fibre is in schools. He spoke to Gareth Lewis on Good Morning Wales.

School asbestos risk scaled down